News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Strout exposes the dark side of adult experience: marital deceptions, voyeurism, status and wealth substituting for emotional capital, and trauma…
The plan commits federal agencies to use the commercial fishing data layers when reviewing proposals for offshore wind turbines…
Bill set out on a mission, and met our neighbor’s mother on her porch where she passed off a sack of popsicles...
Tourists in the Known World: New and Selected Poems
By Kristen Lindquist; Megunticook Press, Camden
I could go anywhere the weather, my maps, and my somewhat chickenhearted version of common sense would allow…
“These communities are made up of many different tribes, just like my home country…”
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
Portland has essentially outlawed plastic bags and there seems to be no sign of civilization falling apart there.
This month, we sought reader thoughts on affordable housing, asking on The Working Waterfront’s Facebook page: Has your town already been priced out...
Perhaps a little bit of Islesford will thrive on Islesboro and North Haven.